22 W. Court Square,
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The Gem Theatre was a small, narrow theater from the silent era. It was acquired in the early 1930’s by Oscar Lam of Lam Amusements. In 1934, he hired the Atlanta architectural firm of Tucker & Howell to do a complete remodeling of the house. The newly transformed Gem Theatre was featured in an article in the January 12, 1935, issue of Boxoffice Magazine. It was closed in the 1950’s.
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